In his latest Q&A, Curator David Willey talks naming tanks; restoration, replicas and rebuild; range wrecks; castellated armour; the FV4005; reliability of the Tiger and more! Find the shop products David mentions here https://tankmuseumshop.org/collection… In his latest Q&A, Curator David Willey talks naming tanks; restoration, replicas and rebuild; range wrecks; castellated armour; the FV4005;

Listen to or watch the fourth episode of our new series: Tank Nuts with Richard “The Challenger” Cutland and our guest, Lieutenant Sarah Batts – the first female combat officer and tank commander in British history! Listen to or watch the fourth episode of our new series: Tank Nuts with Richard “The Challenger” Cutland and …
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Tank Workshop Diaries Ep. 12: Bovington The Tank Museum is closed but the tanks haven’t gone away and they still need looking after! Head of Collections Chris van Schaardenburgh takes you on a quick tour of The Tank Museum Workshop and storage sheds during lockdown. Including maintenance on Tiger 131’s engine. Tank Workshop Diaries Ep. …
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History In World of Warships, Ochakov is the embodiment of the Soviet project of a small light cruiser that was developed in 1950. To be exact, one of the six possible variants of this project—MLK-8-152, which can be deciphered as having eight 152 mm guns. Utilizing a single hull design, Soviet ships designers envisioned ships …
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